Proceeds from next Tuesday's two events go to Adopt-A-Fisherman.
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An old soda ad comes back while The Gulf oil spill might not have been as devastating to Louisiana oysters as the solution.
A one night stand in L.A. may have lead to a baby for a soccer superstar, while Baltic divers unearth 200 year-old bubbly.
While Britain weeps, two players have a ball and Sam Kass helps lead the charge on healthy food initiatives.
Jennifer Morton dispels the notion that her seafood restaurant's suddenly awkward name may be stained by The Gulf oil spill.
The Gulf Spill forces a major chain to scrap some of its seafood offerings and LAist debunks a rarely used nickname for the city.
A multiple-homicide terrorizes a fast-food restaurant and the Deep Horizon spill shows little impact on seafood costs.
L.A. biggest critic offers a Japanese movie at L.A.'s film festival and The Bruins provide for hungry students.
Courtney Cox steals Jennifer Aniston's lunch habits and a Desperate Housewives star claims a legal action against her from restaurant partners is without merit.
A television pizza chef returns and a suspect in a restaurant owner's death leaves Mexico against authorities' advice.
Wherever the boxer goes, so does his steak sauce, while chefs bring new meanings to "high-minded" dining.
A famous ear-biter goes meatless, while a famous socialite ditches fast-food.
A television chef has a new show in production, while another has a new lawsuit filed against him.